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As cities get "smarter" and more connected their networks must be segregated to limit the damage hackers can cause, say security experts.
Greg Clark, CEO, Symantec, discusses his company's acquisition of ID protection firm, LifeLock.
Amazon tracks what you have purchased, and what you have browsed and if you share an account, reports USA Today.
Today 43 percent of all cyberattacks target small businesses worldwide. To protect their intellectual property, they need a risk strategy.
In the past year, 689 million people in 21 countries were the victim of cybercrime, according to the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report.
Contractors discovered software in some Android phones that monitors where users go, whom they talk to and what they write, the Times reports.
Friend Finder Network was hacked and information made available on criminal marketplaces, reports The Verge.
To keep your text messages private, use a service that offers end-to-end encryption, Recode reports.
China passed that law — a sign that when it comes to the internet, China will go its own way, reports the NYT.
The U.S. government is marshaling resources to combat the threat in a way that is without precedent for a presidential election, NBC News reports.
Amid increasing reports of Russian cyberthreats, at least one struggling business has found a silver lining.
Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute sits down with Andrew McCabe the Deputy Director for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to talk about how the FBI is adapting, externally and internally, to a new cyber landscape.
CNBC’s Eamon Javers sits down with Rajesh De the Former General Counsel for the National Security Agency; Michele Reagan the Secretary of State of Arizona; and Mark Testoni the President and CEO of SAP National Security Services to talk about the concern of foreign interference in this year’s presidential election.
Russia has been accused before, notably when hackers attempted to hijack an election in neighboring Ukraine in 2014, reports NBC News.
Researchers report in a paper to be made public on Thursday that they have uncovered a flaw in a wireless technology, reports NYT.
Rigged election? Not likely. But much can go wrong. And the N.S.A. has its eyes on Russia, the Times reports.
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